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I live i see : selected poems

Author: Некрасов, Всеволод.Vsevolod NekrasovAinsley MorseBela ShayevichMikhail SukhotinAll authors
Publisher: Brooklyn : Ugly Duckling Presse, 2013.
Series: Eastern European poets series, 31.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English : 1st ed
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"I LIVE I SEE presents a comprehensive survey of the work of Vsevolod Nekrasov (1934-1999), the Soviet literary underground's foremost minimalist. Exploring urban, rural, and purely linguistic environs with an economy of lyrical means and a dark sense of humor, Nekrasov's groundbreaking early poems rupture the stultified language of Soviet cliche while his later work tackles the excesses of the new Russian order. I  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Named Person: Vsevolod Nekrasov; Vsevolod Nekrasov
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Некрасов, Всеволод. ; Vsevolod Nekrasov; Ainsley Morse; Bela Shayevich; Mikhail Sukhotin; Gerald Janecek
ISBN: 193325498X 9781933254982
OCLC Number: 841912146
Language Note: Table of contents in English and Russian.
Description: 573 pages ; 17 cm.
Series Title: Eastern European poets series, 31.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Vsevolod Nekrasov ; translated from the Russian by Ainsley Morse & Bela Shayevich ; introduced by Mikhail Sukhotin ; afterword by Gerald Janecek.

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"I LIVE I SEE presents a comprehensive survey of the work of Vsevolod Nekrasov (1934-1999), the Soviet literary underground's foremost minimalist. Exploring urban, rural, and purely linguistic environs with an economy of lyrical means and a dark sense of humor, Nekrasov's groundbreaking early poems rupture the stultified language of Soviet cliche while his later work tackles the excesses of the new Russian order. I LIVE I SEE is a testament to Nekrasov's lifelong conviction that art can not only withstand, but undermine oppression.Nekrasov's poetry, which is often characterized as minimalist, uses repetition and paranomasia to deconstruct and recontextualize his linguistic environment--he targets everything from stock Soviet political mottos to cliches people mutter to one another in everyday situations."--Publisher's description.

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